Contents not showing while Edit a GPO but exist in settings

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DhirajHaritwal posted this 05 July 2015

Hi,   I have copied a GPO to clear some contents & leave that for a single purpose only. Now when I select that GPO & click on Settings in GPMC, it’s showing those remaining contents which I want to remove whereas if I Edit that GPO, unable to see those contents ie one is showing under Computer Configuration à Admin Template ( I have deleted that Admin Template) & second is showing under User Configuration à Policy à Internet Explorer Maintenance     Regards,   Dhiraj

 




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ourkid posted this 05 July 2015

Hi,
Any reason why you can't create a brand new GPO with your settings and either remove the link or delete the old GPO?
Probably an easier, cleaner way to do this.
Peter


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g4ugm posted this 05 July 2015

What commands did you execute to copy the GPO? Dave 

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DhirajHaritwal posted this 06 July 2015

Right Click, Copy & Paste under GPO’s in GPMC .

 

 

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DhirajHaritwal posted this 06 July 2015

Will definitely try but curious to know if there is any technical limitation for not to copy/paste any GPO.

 

 

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darren posted this 07 July 2015




Not sure about the Admin Template settings issue but with IE Maintenance, keep in mind that if you are on Win8.x or on a box with IE10 and above installed, then IE Maintenance has been removed from GP Editor -- you'll still see it in GPMC settings report but

if you want to actually remove those settings, outside of manually mucking with the  SYSVOL part of the GPO, you'll need to go to a machine with IE 9 on it and edit it from that machine.




Darren








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